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At Dinner Dridgel
Mr. and Mrs. Avon Sharpe re
ceived friends on Friday evening
at a dinner party at their home on
College Street Decorations depict
ing the season were noted through
out the houaei,- :.,
Places were laid for twelve. A
three-course dinner was served, in-t
eluding broiled grapefruit, quail,
stuffed -' potatoes, ! butterbeans,
cranberry salad, hot rolls and cof.
fee.: Following the ; dinner three
progressions of bridge were enjoy
ed. . ' V-
N. ' A. Mitchell' won a double
deck of cards or high score among
men and Mrs. L, S. Whittle recel
ved crystal ash trays as high for
the ladles. Slam prize, stationery,
went to George Penny. During the
game the . hostess ' served drinks
and che-weea. ?K ';
Enjoying Mr. and Mrs. Sharpe's
hospitality were; Mr. and Mrs. L.
S. WhltUe. Mr", and Mrs.; George
Penney, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Mitch.
ell, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Draughan,
Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gar
ner, y . v :;7
Carlton - Cobb:
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' The marriage of Miss Betty Car
roll Cobb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Cobb of Gibsonville and Hun
ter Carlton, son of Mrs. Myra Carl
ton and the late H.-H, Carlton of
Symptoms of Distress Arising from
due to EXCESS ACID
QUICK RELIEF OR NQCOST
Omr four million bottles of tlie Wilubb
Tmatmmt have boen told for relief or
iymptomiofdiatreM arising from Stmah
and Duerfenal Ulwrt due to Ewm Add
h DltMtlon, Ceur or Uptet Stomach,
datlnni. Heartburn, ttplmntu,
due to Croat Add. Ask for "WIHard'e
tmmf" which f ully explaim this remarfc
ahie home treatment Iroe all
WARSAW: DRUG CO.
WARSAW, N. C.
10 down 2 years to pay
Installation of Water Systems,
Bathrooms, Hot Water " Heaters,
Kitchen Stoves and Central Heat
' bur Systems. :
GENERAL PLUMBING AND
Warsaw, took, place; Saturday, Dec
ember., J23r(La the Lutheran par
sonage in Burlington. Mr. Carlton
is a setjiofe at tjp .College where
he wlhgraduateMljis spring. The
couple. ..will 'resides at their apart
ment on the college campus. '' .
roil Saturday evening Miss Bar
bara Jean Thompson entertained
at a dinner party at her home.
Those attending included Bill Ed
wards of Raleigh, guest of Miss
Thompson and Jean Gardner and
Earl Hule of Warsaw. '
Club Meets With
Mrs. J. T. Gresham was hostess
Thursday afternoon when she en
tttrtatnerl memberg of her club and
guests, including Mesdames W. J.
Middleton, Jr., and Maurice Jor
dan. Christmas decorations were
used in the living room where
bridge was played. For, high score
prize Mrs. BUI Sheffield received
gift wrapping paper. Visitors high
unt to Mrs. Middleton which was
a box of candy. Mrs: Ed Hines
joined the guests . or refreshments.
During the game icec annus
served. Fruit cake and custard
were served at conclusion. Playing
were Mesdames Middleton, Jordan,
Sheffield, Ed Strickland, J. H.
Hines, Charles Shefjield, J. F.
Strickland and Jimmie Kltcnen 01
Entertains Club At
Mrs. J. Milton West entertained
her bridge club Friday evening at
a holiday oartv at her home. Guests
other than club members were Mes
dames George Clark and Glenn
Rollins' Seasonal greenery decora
ted the living room den.
During the first progression the
invited into the dining
room where refreshments of cheese
biscuits, ham butter fingers, stuffed
rhlDs. tomato chips,
cookies and pickles were served
from the dining table which was
povered with a linen cloth and cen
tered with red and white burning
tapers in silver holders. Mrs. West
ii Tinffpe front the toffee urn 1
on the sideboard. At the conclusion
of the game silll-bub ana noi oran
dled plum pudding were served.
The hostess was assisted in serv
ing by Mrs. Sterling Marriner.
mm, .t p Harmon received a
plastic bridge cover for members
high and Mrs. ClarK a nana
linen handkerchief for visitors high.
Mrs. Sanford Packer of Warsaw
and Mrs. Graham Quinn of Kinston
entertained at a dinner party on
Thursday in honor of Miss Mary
Elizabeth Packer, who. was obser
ving her 17th birthday; , Covers
Person In 1951
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were laid ior five, including Misses
Mary Lee Jones, Martha Ann Smith
Joyce Ann Jones, Betty Phillips
and the honoree. -y ;
, Bed and white candles 'decorated
the mantle, buffet and dining ta
ble. Other greenety was noted
throughout the home. A blueand.
white birthday cake with pink can
dles centered the table. The menu
consisted of chicken salad, potato
chips, garden peas in patty shells,
pickled beets, Ice cream and cake.
Mesdames Lena Carlton, John
Middleton, Messrs. Jack Middleton
and Bill Kornegay toured Florida
during the holidays. They were
gone ten days add reported an en
joyable trip. -
Mr. and Mrs, Graham Quinn and
son returned to Kinston Sunday
after spending the holidays In War
Misses Laura West and Sue Shine
have resumed their studies at EC
TC in Greenville after spending
the' holidays at home here.- '
Graham Phillips, Jr. spent . the
holidays at his home here. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Frederick, of
Rock Hill, S. C. left Thursday after
visiting Mr, and Mrs. John Frede
After spending several days with
tier parents, . Miss Anne Hule has
returned to Converse College.
Miss Lois Best of New York City
is visiting her mother, Mrs. R. H.
Best, Sr.. f '':. .;4'.-'. ".;:::
Miss Mae Brock left Tuesday for
WCUNC to resume nr studies.
' Mr., and Mrs. C. M. Nicholson of
Mt. Olive and Miss Ruby Nicholson
of Richmond visited Mr, and Mrs.
J. C. Brock recently.
Mr and Mrs. Bill Yost of New
Burgaw. On Sunday evcnlns,
December 24, . at 6 o'clock. Miss
Olivia Faye Fraeier, daughter of
Mrs. A. S. Williams and the late
Gisper Frazier of Burgaw, became
the bride Of A.vers Dunn Johnson,
Jr., son of Senator and Mrs, Rivers
D. Johnson of Warsaw.
The Rev. William) Poole officia
ted, using the single ring ceremony.
The chancel of the Baptist Church
was decorated with fern, southern
smilax and tall floor baskets of
white gladioli, against a background
of seven pronged candelabra with
lighted white cathedral tapers. The
pews for the families were marked
with bows of white satin ribbon
and greenery. . ,";'
i Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. C:
F, Mallard, organist, and Mrs. Mil
ton Humphrey, soloist, presented
wedding music. ' - , ' ' ' '
Given in marriage by her mother,
York City and Mr. and Mrs. Julian
Gatllng of Tarboro left Tuesday
after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Best. - - '
Mrs. E; C. Thompson and daugh
ter Barbara spent the latter part of
the week at Carolina Beach.
' Bill Edwards of Raleigh visited
in the heme of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
Thompson last week. . , "
i Mrs. W. Jt. Blackmore Has been
in the Baptist Hospital In Winston
Salem for the past , week taking
treatments before undergoing a
major operation Tuesday morning.
She was accompanied by her ton
Frank and granddaughter. Susan
who had been visiting here.
Miss Betty Phillips, returned on
Monday After spending the. week
end In Kinston. , .' :,
Larry McCullen, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C.- McCullen luffered a
painful Injury Monday, when he
caught his hand In an air rtfle,
which necessitated 3 -stitches. -
Madsni Edith - - - Fccn$ Ptlisl ti
r Bern with a Double VeiL Trnth or Nothlnr Consult t ;
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The de'endant, Virginia Whaley
Quinn, will take notice that an ac
tion entitled as above has been com
menced in -the General Count
the fcdJe wore a gown of white
satin with fitted bodice, finished
with square neckline edged with
Bronte pointe de lyon lace, and
a full skirt with panels of lace down
the front. The skirt ended in a long
train. Her veil of tu'le was attached
to a cap of white satin edged with
seed pearl Sho carried a bouquet
of white roses. - ' j ; :
Mrs. Jack Ranzenbofer, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor and
her only attendant. She wore-a
ballerina gown of skyline blue em
broidered net with an off-shoulder
effect and carried an arm bouquet
of snapdragon in pink hues tied
with pink ribbon. On her head
she wore a halo of sky blue line
blue ribbon, . , '.. (''.;;..;..-;.:;.'.
Mrs. Williams, "motner of the
bride, wore a mauve rose crepe
dress, floor length, and a corsage
of sweetheart roses. ;
Mrs. Johnson, mother' of the
bridegroom, wore navy blue nylon
net gown with short sleeves and a
corsage oi pins camellias.
The bridegroom was attended by
his brother. John Anderson John.
son of Warsaw, as best man.. The
ushers were Jack Razenhofer of
Stevens, HI, J. Thomas Gresham,
John Fonville of Warsaw, and Viv
ian B. Johnson of Greensboro. i
(For traveling An. , Johnson
wore a suit of black gabardine
wun pine accessories and a
corsage of white roses from her
bridal bouquet . V;:
Immediately following the cere
mony, Mrs. Williams entertained at
a reception at her home. Receiv
ing at the front door were Mr. and
Mrs. J. V. Whitfield. Mrs. Roy
Rowe Invited guests into the din
ing room where Mrs. Woody Croom
and iMrs. Vivian Johnson served.
Mrs. Jeanette Faison had charge
of the bride's book and Mr.- and
Mrs. Clifton L. Moore said good
byes. : ' ; i-'"; -;.J- -t
i . Following the reception the bri
dal couple left for a wedding trip
to northern points. -
N OTICE OF SUMMONS
" t Vt PUBUCATION
i oil t:.e erouuj i f i
.ration, and in !.VU l.'-e
avaUaut is interested and which
cause of action Is set forth In the
complaint filed In this cause, and
that the defendant is a necessary
party to this action; and that the
said defendant will further take
notice that she is required to ap
pear at the office of the Clerk ot
General County Court of Duplin
County In Kenansvllle, North Car
olina on the 16th day of January,
1951, and answer -or demur to the
complaint filed in this action, which
has been duly filed in said office,
or on or before the 0th day of Feb-
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General tuuu.y Ci
Attorney for Plaintiff ,
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Uncle Sam Says
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In The Xieneral County Court
S. H. QUINN . "
VIRGINIA WHALEY . QUINN
Bow's about a present for yournWf
thla'ChrUtmaiT Make your present
s fuled-ln-card for the Payroll Sav
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roll Savings Plan Is a convenient way
U save. Determine the amount you
want to Invest each payday and then
your Bonds will come to yon auto
matically. That gift will k iep on ay.
mg. "Merry Chrls'.mas for iif.;ity
years to come.:; v ;. '
Lost Ri!:s Fcr
T. II- Murpliy
. Thomas Owen Murphy, 84, died
early Friday morning, Deo. 28th at
the ome of his son J. H. Murphy
rA. um tiatHntf .KjiAn In
declining health for the past sev-
era! years. v
Funeral services were held on
the Weslyan Methodist Church In
Charity, near Rose Hill, by his pas
tor Rev. A. D, Wood. Burial was
in 4ha n.v mil ramnlArv nar
111 but- waj wu.ww. -
the hdme. "
; He is survived by four daughters,
Mrs. B. M. Williams of Dover, Mrs.
H. A. ToDel of Wilmington; Mrs.
S. D Kelly of Carolina Beach and
Mrs. J. A. Rackley of Warsaw;
three sons, E, M. Murphy of Albert,
son; T. T. Murphy of Wilming
ton and J. H. Murphy of the home.
And twenty grandchildren.
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